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Walmart said it will double its renewable energy usage in the US with new power purchase agreements with wind farms owned by Geronimo Energy and Engie, and plans to add 130 on-site solar installations. The company, which aims to source 50% of its global electricity needs from renewables by 2025, said the wind agreements would offset almost all of the power used by its Walmart stores, Sam's Clubs and distribution centers in seven states.

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